GOAL AND SCOPE
Practitioners’ Reports provide a lightweight format for presenting minor results or latebreaking work that is not developed enough for a full paper. For example, this might include an account of a project with a discussion of the significant lessons to be drawn from the experience.
PhD candidates are particularly encouraged to submit reports describing their ongoing work, in addition to attending the PhD symposium.
Submissions are sought in a ll relevant areas of XP and Agile Methodologies.
Accepted Practitioners’ Reports will be presented as posters during interactive sessions.
Posters will be pinned up in the poster session area. During poster sessions, the authors will stand by their posters so that conference participants can find them and discuss posters they find interesting. Authors will have space for laptops if they also want to provide demonstrations
HOW TO SUBMIT
The Practitioner’s Report abstract, of no more than two pages, should include a title, author names and affiliations and an optional URL for further reading or reference.
Submitted reports should follow the format guidelines (PDF, RTF) and are limited to two A4 pages. The final version of the papers should be submitted on RTF format.
Submissions of practioner’s reports should be sent before the respective deadlines by e-mail to the Program Chair at the e-mail address . Please attach your paper in PDF-format to an e-mail in plain text format.
Practioner’s reports submissions: April 10, 2003
Practioner’s reports acceptance notification: April 15, 2003
Practioner’s reports final manuscript submissions: May 1, 2003